#1 Savings: Summer Winter Interest Rate # of years Investment at t=0
PV of Returns in months 1,2,3,4 PV of Returns in months 7,8,9 PV of additional five years of saving Total Savings = Investment
$35 $60 7% 6 -$1.00 $137.98 $171.82 $1,270.24 $1,580.04 =-P
Vanessa Valdez Jinho Jung ISE 426 24 November 2008 Executive Summary For the purpose of this project, my partner and I were given a dial caliper to measure the inside diameter of 35 different r ing connectors. Without discussing proper measurement techniq
#1 Savings: Summer Winter Interest Rate # of years Investment at t=0
PV of Returns in months 1,2,3,4 PV of Returns in months 7,8,9 PV of additional five years of saving Total Savings = Investment
$35 $60 7% 6 -$1.00 $137.98 $171.82 $1,270.24 $1,580.04 =-P
#5 Par Value Coupon Rate Semi-annual Payments Semi-annual Periods YTM on January 1, 1996
$1,000 12% 60 40 $1000=$60(P/A,i,40)+$1000(P/F,i,40) i=6% semiannually i=12.36% per year Part A 9% 4.50% 30 P=$60(P/A,4.5%,30)+$1000(P/F,4.5%,30) =-PV(4.5%,30,60,1000
#4 Part A Options: 1 Buy Machine A and use it for 4 years, then lease for 1 year 2 Buy Machine B and use it for 5 years 3 Lease a machine for 5 years 4 Buy Machine A use it for 4 years, then buy another Machine A use it for 1 year 5 Buy Machine A and use
#4: Option 1 buy a certificate of deposit from a bank at an interest rate of 10% annually for five years Option 2 purchase a bond for $10,000 and invest the bond's interest in the bank at an interest rate of 9%. The bond pays 10% interest annually and wil
Our warehouse has one main entrance and exit as well as two emergency exits on the left and right side of the storage area. All of these entry and exit ways have handicap facilities for easy use by these individuals. In addition to accomplish this, there
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Suvaroporn, Reasina Valdez, Vanessa
Project 1 Group 5
To determine the projected sales of the Nintendo DSi over the next six years, our team studied the demand of the Nintendo DS in its first six years on the market.
ISE 310 Project 1 Team 5 Ryan Sanders Reasina Suvaroporn Vanessa Valdez Jeremy Limann
Abstract
Nintendo DSi is trying to determine the cheapest way to trasport their inventory throughout the nation, which will consequently yield them the highest profit. W
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This is a "take home" exam. Materials allowed for use during the final: textbook, lecture & lab slides, homework solutions, and A
ISE460 Fall 2008
Session 13 Assignment 07
10/07/08
Due 10/14/08 Individual assignment! No.1 (1 1/2 points)
Covington Corporation purchased a vibratory finishing machine for $19,000 in year 0. The useful life of the machine is 10 years, at the end of which
Initial Working Capital Length of Project Inflation Rate MARR Year Capital NPV 0 $(100,000) $(112,125) 1 $(3,000)
$100,000.00 5 years 3% 20%
2 $(6,090)
3 $(9,273)
4 $(12,551)
Initial Working Capital Length of Project Inflation Rate MARR Year Capital NPV I
ISE460 Fall 2008
Session 15 Assignment 08
10/14/08
Due 10/21/08 Back to team homework No.1 (2 points) Consider the following investment projects:
Assume that MARR = 20% in the following questions: (a) Compute i* for each investment. If the problem has mor
ISE460 Spring 2007 Due 02/21/07
Session 10 Assignment 06
02/09/07
Reminder - all assignments must be submitted by a team if you don't have a team yet, make sure you get on one. Also, some reminders about team work in No. 1 below. No. 1 (4 points) Read the
#4: Option 1 buy a certificate of deposit from a bank at an interest rate of 10% annually for five years Option 2 purchase a bond for $10,000 and invest the bond's interest in the bank at an interest rate of 9%. The bond pays 10% interest annually and wil